This restaurant was just OK it wasnt amazing but certainly worth a visit to get a taste of the creole cuisine
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One of the best experiences in Mahe. The restaurant had a set menu with 8 different dishes that were all very good, and large portions so that it was enough for two people to share. It was also cheap compared to other restaurants in Victoria....More
It s interesting to have a restaurant with the same menu for years. But now I understand. Quality is very good. Better than the most restaurants on Seychelles. Service were quick and friendly. The extra order for coconut nougat was heavy but good!
Very friendly atmosphere. Quality of food is acceptable. Prices are very good. Nicely decorated. Very good variety of foods available in buffet.
We ate here for lunch and enjoyed the tasting menu to get a taste for the local cuisine. I can't judge the authenticity but the food was really good and the prices were reasonable. It was interesting to read the story about the giant tortoises...More
I have tried grilled fish with rise, salad and banana in sweet sause for desert. Food was perfectly made and staff was very polite. The restaurant has very interesting exterior as well as interior. There are giant turtles in the garden.
Nothing on the Seychelles is cheap, but this is reasonable. A set menu of Creole food, cheerfully served. Mainly fish, but also a chicken curry. Tasty. Delicious if sweet rum punch. Very sweet coconut nougat- nothing like nougat I've eaten.
Ate here while we were staying just behind at the Hilltop Boutique Hotel. The restaurant is very rustic and has a lot of history associated with it. You may even see a tortoise in the back if you wonder off! My party of 3 ate...More
We were a little sceptical about this place as it is referenced in all very touristic guides and were expecting a very "touristicish" type of service. We were positively surprised to arrive in a very typical restaurant offering local dishes in a one set menu...More